Washington State University


The School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering


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WSU HRS Website Posted Vacancies:
Two positions in MME are currently listed at the WSU HRS Jobs site.
  • Clinical Assistant Professor
    Summary of Duties:

    Duties are primarily teaching two to three ME courses per semester at the WSU ME program at Everett, some of which will be shared via academic media services with the ME students at our program in Bremerton. Other duties may include coordinating and maintaining course related laboratory equipment, sharing administration responsibilities, advising or mentoring one cohort of undergraduate students or student clubs, linking with local K-12 schools for student recruitment, interacting with local industry and soliciting for industry supported design projects, serving on internal committees with Pullman faculty, as well as other duties assigned by the School Director.

    Link to WSU HRS web page for this position with links and instructions for applying.

  • Clinical Assistant Professor
    Summary of Duties:

    Teach undergraduate/graduate courses on topics in mechanical engineering such as thermal fluids laboratory, experimental design, mechatronics, finite element methods, and manufacturing processes. Teaching approximately four ME courses per academic year, monitoring the WSU laboratory equipment located within the Engineering Laboratory in Bremerton, advising undergraduate student clubs, coordinating laboratory courses with Pullman campus and teaching on Pullman or Everett campuses as assigned, participating in and facilitating the Mechanical Engineering Program ABET accreditation review, serving on internal committees with Pullman faculty, linking with local K-12 schools for student recruitment, and interacting with local industry.

    Link to WSU HRS web page for this position with links and instructions for applying.

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Faculty Profiles

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David P. Field
Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Yale University in 1991 with MME since 2000, more...

Research Areas

  • Physical and mechanical metallurgy
  • Metal deformation and recrystallization
  • Crystallographic texture
  • Grain boundary structure
  • Thin film and IC interconnect structure/properties relationships
  • Advanced experimental techniques
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